Buffer Overflow: My So Called Messy Life
Cryptocurrency is weird, The Unsecured Internet Of Things, and Google KNOWS where you are
Ned Bellavance, Director of Cloud Solutions
Chris Hayner, Delivery Manager
Kimberly DeFilippi, Project Coordinator
Cryptocurrency is still weird
- Cryptocurrencies are an encrypted, decentralized currency
- Tulip and bulb craze of the 1630s
- BitCoin over the last 12 months
- According to an article on Tech Crunch
- The market is finally stabilizing
The Unsecured Internet Of Things is REALLY starting to get dangerous
- Forbes has predicted that by 2025 there will be 80 billion smart devices on the internet.
- “How Hackers Could Steal Your Cellphone Pictures From Your IoT Crock-Pot.”
- The devices from St. Jude Medical had vulnerabilities
- The people notified that their pacemakers were hackable responded by suing the person who wrote the report
- And when it comes to totally avoidable IoT security failures, there’s more where that came from.
- A group of security researchers found security weaknesses in commercial irrigation systems that could allow hackers to turn them on and off at will.
- Sprint announces first all-new phone capable of taking advantage of upcoming 5G networks
- Google applications caught collecting your location data, even after you turn off “location history” feature
- Google Pixel Watch is coming
- Ajit Pai is denied on Tribal rights
- 100TB drives coming soon to a server near you